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Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: December 4, 1960


Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince


Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00289

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: December 4, 1960


Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince


Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00289

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PORT-AU-PRNCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne L- CITE DUHARSAIS ESTIME Phone. 2061 Vol XIV Sunday, December 4th, I960 O- .o 6"

Rone y, 19


FI iEnvoy Here
Quotes "
Iean Stuggle
igeria's seven year struggle
'indepedteicee an d freedom
M, te yokle ,of French. rule
el plsfed-before Government
akters' and local press by Mr
nmche.EL Wazsani, envoy of
*e iberiationlNationale Alge-
'November 1st, 1960 the sev-
S'year of the war known as
"Algerian ..evolution". was
d. Oh- Dejember 5th .-he
I Government w ill, for
vi" time, place before
ia "Nations Assembly.
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Cave Man

Foster Dad

To Quads

nimbe's. Quadruplets
Doing Well
JeSsie, .Josue. Joel and Jose,
quadr.plet children of Mrs Pre-
soirrMoear, have a fond foster
father in the form of Limbe. Mis
sionary Dr. Williams H. Hodges
who r ave un a rCClifnrnia npifal

The 'new Amba rto Haiti pr the ,~taed.,,aBe Mr ,ice2an half years ago to
___ ti0 Unit0qLArab irBe1j me to Haiti.
J ilohameEl Tabifo;. (torth f.ron left) flanked,on arkiv) here by
'the Minister t Pubit 'Heatih. 'Catlos Boulps, Mayor Jean Deeb Despite four. children of their
Sand local. HalithiArab 'busineessiun Own, Susan aged .12; Barbara 11,
SI Dayid 9 and Paul 6, Dr.. Hoiges
.t,' E D UM AN T104. ."'" '.is wife. J 6ma bave y.

-4elofa, doctor s Ieat$k s o
rl tr Courlandep. a, ro d b
1_._"s "e f
Swe Visitor to this co four, babies,: *hee j;. -o e
ton opy of "ThB, Drti adt i t authority on the Halai y of girl, since their birth five months
moe U te and. ore. t the atao life o '

Prison .
SOf ouths
In a post-crisid. gesture, aris-
wering-pleas, of Joseph. Boney's .
family, President Dr. Francois';
Duvalier ordered 'the release Vi
from prison T ursday of the
Treasure. of the late National
Union of Haitian Studnts along .:s
with ,19 fellow students.
, Joseph .Roney was epcorted.,to :
his' home by Port au Prince Pre-
fect Lucien .Chauvet according to
a Senrice of Coordination and In- .
formation Department commun-
ique which published,. a notariz- "'
ez.act November 3.:
Made. at the Prteeetuire on the,
release o'sephlh toWy, the not--,
rnc of'PeE.a... '...auv L.. .,

and witnessed by Gerard-
arte Agus te. :: '
SItdeclared that the father and'
brother of 26-year-old Roney (a.

.th. long awale4 (Continued on page 17 ( tinted o pae 4) C (Contitued on page 5)


Miss Julia Adamson. (Right
21hand pic.) Miss Britlh Guliman
SO-poses or the camera at ,
zrBowen .F led. Recently' an ent- 4
rant at the Illss Intlernational' res o o
Contest, held, on' Long Beach, V. s
California, Juila .took the first
:prize as ihe "Friendlies) Beau-
ty. At the Oleft s-Bernard Gla-
zer, and his professional dancer
4ife -Eleanor. On honeymoon
iere, the Qazdalmsonghte a(Right
.. l-.VO dien ses with their c rainclng.
contest, held, on- Long .4eaph,

C entire community of this Pmoi au jrine retaining'her medium needed to assert Haiti The country is pushing to aug--surface facealift, ned with f or-
ustbag, 'colorful Capital is mali- famed old world charm and uni- as the Caribbean hub of interna- ment its gbod share of Caribb- escent and neon lighting and
Solid endeavors to s weep qu culture but injecting the ser- tonal travel. e tourist trader mt i tan pas naine
a all signs of unkerl'pthess vice and f cilities demanded by With building contracts alrea- Major contribution to Port au a smartening-up move on the
,Wife -Eleanor. On. ,honeymoon

the move to drwo upwards of overseas visitors. dy signed between Haiti's Gov- Prince's clean-up has been the 'part of hundreds of business es-
000 tourist here. to the sec- A m aj or proportion of this ement, teohn C. Peters rerreion of the Grand Ru -tablishments. lining the. six-kilo-
*tRe.ublJic of the Americas country's hope, for more visitors Constructiorn Corporation, -Bald; th capital's. main street and se- meter, four lane avenue.
winter season. lies in the scheduled construct win, New York and lorida's c tourist avenue. After lying Now a smooth undulating traf-
'hline with he hopesun of this Po auof her 10,000,000 dollar con- Edin Engineering Corporatiion, The ountry is pushing to aug-dis- fic and pedestrian draw-cari the flor-
sfgl rcordful Capital-ourist tem p faorary jet airport, replacen- the fuifin g ofi aiti's future irna- m repair ford.two years the o nce ultra-modern Boulevard, anredhris-
Stourist endeavors municipal fact- ednt for the fasbut injecgrowing the obsole- to be dilminated in the shortest po-holed, dusty street has been tened Jeimportan Jacques ingrDessalines

are hustling to sprucen up ete Bowen Field runway and the possible time. given a million dollar concrete (Contined on page 10)
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In Haiti This Week


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JiMiss :Julia Adamson, as panduriform beauty from British CAli-
San 'and i"cidently Miss B. G.. 1960, stopped here Thursday en
'route'to ber.native land. Sweet and Twenty Julia had been to the
:Miss international contest held in Long Beach, California which
",-was wonrt by a Colombian beauty. Julia was considered as. the
H. frieniest., beauty of the contest and was awarded the title of
Miss Friendship 1960 in California..
.Miss Adamson studied at the Bishop High School ii British
G uiaina and went to Pitmans College in London where ,shr sltdied
!'.business administration for a year. After a six month visit in
Chicago with, ome friends she went to New York Universit3 to
Ci:.study Spanish1, business English 'and the American History. She
I'.,completed her studies. there in six months. Immediately after, her
'.parents took her.to grand tour in Europe. On the' "ayQ.JL k shc
m,.Aade an informative. visit -in New York. After two and a h'al.
!.bairs away Julia returned to Georgetown, B.G. to win the beauty
:irontest there.
.This attractive girl has conquerred a great many in California
'-with her beautiful smile and was awarded a title created for her.
*Julia was told about 1aiti by friend Jerry Swartz from Chicago
w.'ho visited the Island not long ago. She wished she could stay
:re for a Vsit, she said, but she was expected in Georgetown
'riay to be the Model Guesta-t a Fashion Show. "I shall come for
ia visit to Haiti very soon," said the Guianese beauty. Julia spent
e hours here while her flight had an engine trouble. .
-Happy honeymooners Bernard Glazer and lovely wife Eleanor
arrived here Wednesday.'last, November 24. They were married
the day before in New York. Bernard is in charge of industrial
relations for the Hertz System. His wife Eleanor, a striking brun-
ette .is a perfect artist, she dances in programs featuring ball
room dancing .in theater in New York,. under the name of Eleanor
iRoberts. She de served to be called Terpsichore -a Greek Muse
;o'tie bance-- when .she i was dancing here .with her husband,
1.o a good dancer Bernard and Eleanor were guests at the .Hotel
1bo Lele. They are from Yobners, New York. ,
-Tony-Shindler was compelled to sail to Panama last- weekend
t do his "'service mihtaire" io the U.S. Base of the Canal Zqne,
'tPaama. This active' member of the HPBA has obtained a leave
,.. o.absence by the'Executive-Committee.
--The 'fa Spanish -actress Santa Montiel and her party spent
Sa very ehjoylable six days in Haiti. They were- guests at'-the Hotel
.iIb.i Le:e. They described this Lotel as an enchanting place. The
K^'-magnificent view they admired from the terrace of, the Ibp -ele
i S -compared py these visitors to the back -ground of the Velas,-
Scitz- paintingsg;
-- -Theatrical producer Gordon Crowe, of the Trans-tilm and his
i be~atiful..red. head .wife Selma spent four days at the. Ibo Lele
this Week Selina is a talented artist. She paints bnd designs cost-
umes. She has. been entranced by the Haitian art. She showed a
1 \warmo interest for. the Victorian style buildings here and ihe r i.ir'l
a great many sketches. This artist \%;i' pai-.:cila:t., I .u
kii.the Gingerbreipd Palace. Gordon and Selma Crowe w ll certainly
i!: come back t thle Magic Island.
-Archeologist Kurt A. Fisher, wife Glislaine and son Patrrl-:
E -w 'to Miami last Sunday. Kurt went to the XII Caribbean Con-
f-.b rence of the Unimersity of Florida. He will receive an Academy
SAward for his contribution to archeology.
-Miss Mary Therese Clark, a travel Agent o' the Department
S- of Travel of the Toledo Trust Co Toledo, Ohio arrived here last
,.' Sunday in company with Miss Kathryn Anne Crosson. an acti\it-
." i-s programmer for a company in Toledo. These two charming
r.rls spent two days at the lbo Lele Hotel and visited the Ciry
v ith the Heraux Tpurs.

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-Mrs Edward Jaboul Khawly and son Tony -flew to Miami last
Sunday. They will spend two weeks there. Brother Andre is keep-
ing up the 'family HPBA MVembgrsip :during.Tony's absence. ~
-Mrs Mary Ellen Ohser:'an estimator, from Farming Drive,
New York is enjoying a 7 day visit in Haiti. She is a current guest
at the Hotel Oloffson.
-Machinist John-Sepe from New York and his "ravissante fem-
me" Camille 'arrived here last Sunday by the Delta Flight. John
-and'Camille are making a honeymoon tnp of the Caribbean. They
were, guests"; t i:the. Hotel Choucoune.
-Miss Suzanne L Porter, an architectural designer from Mbht
l.ainier, Maryland stopped here for. a day at the Villa Creole
on, a swing through the Caribbean.
-Herbert L. Burg, a Certified Public.Accountant, arrived here
tlis week to make the inventory at the Hotel Riviera before the
International Hotel Developing Corporation takes over.
-Last .week, prominerit. Lwyr Robert A. 'Low, Assistant to
'Mayor Wagner of'. ew York spent .a few- days' at, th Hotel Ibo
,Lee with his wife.
. 4Rear.-Admiral.D! P Stolz of. the: U.S. Fleet stopped here for
aa. "wot.sitt with hi vife 'Admiral Stolz and his wife aie from
Fsadila California. They were guests at the Ibo Lele Hotel.
-Lawyer WilliAm' L. Stamm. from Pepria, Illinois spent four
lays at the' Ibo. Lle this week. He has made his outings in com-
.Rpny with Mflltto 'Kemp -from acedon, New 'Yoprk, _
-Lovelier itha lovely Kathleenr.Patricia ..Bater and. Monica C.
-Killoran, two "bff Broadway' actresses arrjved'here last Tuesday
'for. a four day sojourn at the Gingerbread Palace,.,Monica has
been warmly recommended -to the, Pierre-- d'Adesky, the King of
Kyona Beach. Pat and Monica are keen exponent of, the meringue.
Pat dances like Terpsichore. '
-Mrs Laura Rivera, wife of the Chilean Charge d'Affaires in
Iaiti arrived here form Newi York' Saturday last, in company
\v.ith "seduisante" Miss Ursula Seltmann, from Pontresina. Switz-
erland. Mrs Rivera. and Miss Seltmann met in the plane and
the wife of the Chilean diplomat took the young and charming
visitor uider her tutotship. Ursila spent five dags here with ohe
Rjveras in ,their lovely Villa tin Musseau and was treated with
as much affection as their own daughter: -Urstla has, been for
two years inBermuda Islands where she-.was working in a hotel.
She was making a tour of the Caribbean before going back to
Pontresina to spend Christmas with her parents.' Ursula has a
.very good "sens artistiqje"' and has 'been thrilled at the Haitian
art. She has shpwyn her interest particularly for Sculptor Andre.
V. Dimanche, Rue Capois, 169 and- Painter Luckner'Lazard, from
the Gallery Brochette. She was most happy with a sculpture she'
got from Dimanche. She is also a marvelous dancer. She shall
come- back to the Magic Island. ,.
-"Senorita" Ximena Ciudad from-Saritiago' of Chile and "Frau-
lein" Lori Kraft-WeigJein, from Heildelberg, Germany, two Se-
cretaries in New York City arrived jeret' this' week on a tour'in
the Caribbean. Brunette Xiiiena and blorde :-Lori shared their
lodgings between Beau Rivage and Ibo.liele '

-The King of Sugar. "Senor" Gust4vo. Lqb6, .Jr., Chairman of
the Board of OLAVARRIA- & Co. INC from New York stopped
here Wednesday to -meet with Mr. Favard Dtperaj President of
'the Board of Administration and Director of the Institut Haiti"e
id Credit Agricole et Industnel. Mr. Lobo'as en route to Mexico
.to attend the World-w \de Congress on sugar. He discussed with
Mar Duperx'al the possibillt.v of buying thU entire sugar'r;rolucLion
)i tic- Usine Sucriere or Centrale Dcssa.incs of Cayes, nloi. scs
i'.c rl.' r. Lobo \vas shown about ilouti anti country hy Mr'
'^p,_i]. 'The dtinguihed v\'isl.jr \wa .ery inrpres.,cd at the
i,llenrlour of the view from Le Perchoil: .Restaurant. He visited
SW\Vedicnesday e-ening and went back there agau the next noi ng
: ,ee it in the second aspect. He is now anticipating his next
visit here with his wife.
-Miss Alice Hern, a Travel Clerkh of the American Express in
,NI.tsas City arrived here this week for a short visit. Tie rrettv
.:sitor was combining work and pleasure in an Island Hop to get
f. i::ljricd n xith the Caribbean area. She plans to cover ma.iy
rf the Caribbean Islands in her first trip outside of the Urnted
States. Sh9 has visited some spots here in company with the
Public Relations Officer of the Department du Totuisnc She
\"' gJs,[ at the Castclhujti.





y December 4th, 1960.

-Mr John F. McEvoy, Supe -
visor-Tour Promotion of PAN
AM in New York arrived' he
Wednesday with a part' of five
Sales Agents de la United Air-
lines in a familiarization trip
throughput the Caribbean. The
party was greeted here by Dick
Abbott,. District Manager 'of
PAN AM in Haiti, the PR- of
the. Department du Tourismie 6
Haiti, and Mr Pierre ChaiiVt,
Manager of the Agence Citadel
le, the party included Ann 'L.
Taylor, Tour and' Interhational
Representative of the -United
Airlines in Detroit, Michigan,
Stephanie Selcho, Senior Taur
and. International RepresentatiWve
of the United Airlines'in San
Francisco, California, Marge To-
darello, Tour and Internatior al
Representative in Clevelanid,
Ohio, Lucille M. Zegar, .Vaca-
tion Sales Agent in Milwaukee,'
Wisconsin., Kathleen Greenan,'
Sales-Agent in Chicago. Mr. Me"
Evoy.' and 'the Sales Agents o
the United Air Lines spent one
day in Haiti, they were,'taken'
about town' by Agence Citadelle:
and Magic Island Tours:
-Young Salesman Gerald Irk.
Miller from New York and stun-'
ning blonde wife Susan 19 have'
spent four days here this week
in their honeymoon trip through
the Caribbean. They were joini
ed at the El Rancho by an oteir
honeymooning couple. Salesimar
Herbert Pomerantz fr6m New
York and pretty.wife Norma, a
-Arlyne Jane Kanen, .a recep-
tionist from New -York City ar-
rived-., here, Friday .a.orning with
'a' hand full of recommendation's
from Leslie Woolley, a Haitian
Resident in New York doucece"
and "sympathique". Arlyne was
.greeted here by Andrt Villatte
and Frantz Woolley, 'Leslie)
uncle and brother. Arlyne hais
'bberi joined here this weekend
by bsistei Adele. They ate. cir-:
rent -guests at the,;Villa Creole.
-Gina. Menard .'the young.an(
talented, songtress of -the Troupe
Guidy from Cap Haitien just go
a contract from Hotel' Montana
She will bd the' star for the w iA
er season at this :beautiful sp 6i -
Mlis Menard..will give a preview
Tuesday night and will i~nagui'
ate her contract coming Fr4iday.,

3-Storqy House At';-
Mort Calvaire

Near the Mexican Emtnbass
Furnished or uni-urnished; giv-
ing an exquisite view of Petion-
\ille and Port au Prince Bay;
3 bedrooms with built-in clo-
s e t s .
3 bathrooms all with hot.
I room for- office, ..

spacious living room. dining
room, kitchen with Youngstow!l
cabinets and sink, charcoal:i kt-
chen, independent servants quar.-
ters and large garage together.
Slith spacious lawn and gardeu.]
Apply to "Haiti rSu". .

ay December 4th, 1960 S N" 4

rver -Coatensnial
e100th birth-day of George
gtn -Carver, Negro-Ame_>
r-scientist and educator, was
rated recently with dedica-
of ak newv Visitors Center,
'ng Car-ver. Museum, at
George Washihgton Carver '
alon Monurnent, near Dia-t
Misur,-in-t~he United-

to hundr~qd .acre- park
resall that rmii oa
fte/ birthplace: of -the rnan
oe many contributions to
and makn emain
the world. The results of
search in chemistry,. would
pags He -refused great
of money for his- discover-
and refused to. have these
acts patented "because he

0to ensure' all mankind as
ceaanes:of :the se -discover-Z
ard not "speaifle favored

isitors from all 6o r tker
-:tates, aba from other coun-
as well, have visited the
o pay, omage to the man
elievqd in learning '!to. do
ton, t h wings uncommonly o

here is .no short cut to ach- Preceding the centennial core-
elit," Carve said. "Lifemonies at the George Washingf- BORN TALKS TO'.n ae aigtea
thorough pre arat a ~~on, Carver National Monuinent UIES NS a r n coe
near Diamond, Missouri, the ar- tnCreNaialMIo
CLUB nument near Diamond, Missou-
tist of a new portrait of Carver
which hangs in the Visitors Cen- Members of the Club Interna-riobevn th ceenalo
EST FOOD IN THE CRIBA! ter Mrs. Aime Schwieg of tional de Commerce were spo- rvrsbthwaa n roe
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CAAN CHECUL Donald R o Bbho eHo or rndSceamothU.ut Thebla, Americ tan
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Limbe's Quadruplets D
(Continued from page 1) week, Dr Hodges told of the Mesidor's side of the family wit
Missionary doctor in charge birth of the quads on June 8, however and Dr Hodges disc- ber
Sof the .Baptist "Hopital- Le Bon at Upm and in the space 15 to yards .the high incidence of Lim-
f Samaritaib" at Limbe, William 20 -minutes. The missionary stat- be twins by off-handedly stating '
4.-Hddges, a missionary of the ed that although twins are a "We had three sets born at the mis
Amri can Baptist Mission Socie- common birth occurence among hospital in\ one week." could
:; tyNew Yoik, conducts the, 30 the 46,000 population in the area Called to "le bon Samaritain" ing
bet hospital staffed by approxi- iLimbe and the Valley,) quad- hospital following the commen- val
: m 'ly 20 Haitian.' auxilaries. ruplets, according to William cement of the births, attended sitel
i.', Joan Hodges also helps her Hodges, have the chances stack- to by a Haitian nurse, Dr Hod- tim
.hubnd Out .at the hospital. ed against them 500,000 to 1. ges stated that although this was- his
..; g at the "Haiti Sun" this Twins had occurred on Mrs. the mother's first children she alor
S'". experienced no difficulties- al- tur
though she haemoraged after- wee
w '. ards. This was taken care of
S.. . ..and the children, weighing bet-
Sween 3 jid-a-hall and 4 lbs at me
ht were placed on a diet of like
tube fed artificial milk. ploa
':.After four days of tube feed- of
ing the children were placed on des
Si' a regular bottle diet of lartifi- ar
cial milk on which they thrived .ve
until their release from the hos- gue
pital at the age of two months. cav
At the date of their release from pet
hospital the babies weighed Ain the
at six pounds each. -Unfortuna- Col
tely tfey were back again with- in-
S in foir days -with one of the
L' listen to the High-Fidelity brilliance of this Philco master mod- This time Hodges a ind his -
L.and you'll think you're in the studio, so keen and clear is every staff looked after quadruples
r .n6gramme.. unil they had each attained a
O" 0lhs weight. Since their second
Btt that's only one 'ot this model's many fine features; others release fom the hospital, the
k..:'include: Complete. short wave and standard broadcast reception four have thrived and Dr Wil-
on 6 Bands. Faselnatipg 'long-low' styling fully 2ff. In width liam Hodges stated that at their
with rich walnut finished cabinet. last weighing the children were
igh-Fidelity sound from speaker network of duo-cone ron 16bs. Still'on a diet of evapor-
'speaker and dynamic side speaker, ated milk, supplied by Dr Hod-
ges to the mother and father
Separate bass and treble audio controls. es to the mother and father
each month for the quads, the
.. adfour ten pounders are now quite
... healthy and., growing rapidly.
Now a fluent Creole speaker,
or Dr. William H. Hodges came to
L'" ad this country two-and-a-half years
STONE IN ERAMERIA ago fro practicing in residency
FIRESTONE INTERAMERIA Co in California. Serving in wew-
S -Guinea during the Second World
SRadio Pleasure War, Dr Hedges is a pediatrici-
NO W ENJOY HIFI an but also' conducts 'maternity


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Halti's "Gingerbread Palace" and famed hostelery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place id
Kaitian architecture, exquisite cuisine and contend ted living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees
and gardens the Oloffson, complete witJl minhiat ure pool, is the haven for the uninhibited and the
mecca for the Caribbean tourist.
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SSunday December 4th, 198i

The only Baptist American
ctor in Haiti, Dr Hodges stat-
this week :mat there are 66
istantially sized Baptist
arches in the Northern Area
h approxiirfately .33,000 mem-

workingg a seven day week the
sionary added that his:work
Id be termed as "precipitat-
population." Since his arri-
in Haiti Dr Hodges has vi-
d Port au. Prince only five
es 'this time as part of
vacation which he is taking
ig with his family before re-,
ling to Limbe early next

then he does get a spare mo-
nt at the hospital Dr Hodges
es nothing better than the ex-
ration of caves in the search-
Pre-Colombian artifacts. He
tribes the high value and
hilectural merits of such Fca-
as' those at Voute a Min-
t an Arawak ceremonial
e with carved stalactites and
roglyphs Herlin, where
re aee evidences of tlU Pre-
ombian era, Cerca Carvajal
the Basin Zim and the multi-

carved faces of Roche a 'InM
Sat Camp Cog. (see Editorial1
Dr William Hodges is.a stro
advocator for the preservati
of these caves and- their- pot
tial as tourist spots. On o
sions he takes his family in
the caves with him and .his to
children are equally enthusia
ic over these once ceremony
sanctums as their father. .

LST Terrebonne Parish

Calls At Miragoane:.:

For. Seabees,.- .
Men and mechanical equip.
ment from the Seabee unit thai
constructed the pontoon bridge
over Lake Miragoane were piolC
'ed up Friday by the USS Terre
jbonne Parish which nosed asth
ore at,Miragoane for a 48-houl
The Terrebonne Parish (LST-
1156, U.S. Navy Tank Landing
Ship) carried a complement oj
14officers and 287 enlisted me'i
under the command of Lieut~
nant Commander H '. F. Munnik
hhuysen,'- ..


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Sfrm the heeaort-o PoRT-Au-TPaI INdE
(The most.exquisite Oievs.,p\oerlQoloin5 Iedity

r 3el;idious dontinen tal ( uine> aOnpldc^uperb9' .
!gervide .

Personalised attention, t ewery :guest..

SSw)imming Pool wi h.Lundueon Lounge
and Bar. Panoramme:eai i.
Airv-onjdioned de-luce r ooms-.


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7:30PM ro midngit4
Jvleringue inbsru con arid ntest i
at 9 -o.doasual dce.hlNoodmibblon fee
v :bn.OAJ: .inplitrienry 9ge-togetherPune bo w
SPar from 7p~ to 8pm.
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-, *T givei, would not prove suffic- forthcoming from Red Chi
A~ s e an Struggle Detailed ..lent in the iear future and that the U.S.R. as nodt
h Algerian Struggle Detailed t ''UflmR Bu to i
SAligeria had now reached. the by: Mr.`--Wazzant But'he said,.,
stage where it --was "r.ady to all.-'help frobmt:tie; coinmI
(Continued from page 1) at the Haitian-Arabic Club- and Mlr. Wazzani stated to'Gdoer- accept help from the Comtun, would bweimaterial 'aid si
the proposal to discuss Algeria's the second for the press at the inent officials and press memb- ist Bloc."' weapons, ammunition, tfod
Independence. from French rule. El Rancho Hotel, Mr Guenniche ershere -that the war is costing and-not inthe folm ofvolu
' Each of those seven years has El Wazzani-wasted no words in the French the fantastic sun-of Wazzani stated that with no Army units.
b.'been a grave loss of human life describing his country's situa- $6,000,000 per May. He added that aid coming from, Western coun- -
,and money for both France and tion. thd USA is-givinga similar sum tries i:and generous, though -in- Asked if Aleria old
:Algeria. Each- year Algeria has- daily to France. "Think' of the efficient aid coming. frdm the afraid of accepting cpmdi
Placed that self-same proposal Speaking fluent. Fench envoy number of schools and buildings Arabic countries. '-Algeri -had, aid for fear that the'Red i
bilefore the convening delegates Wazzani stated "each year for .that could be built with that in past years of the-' a r mdence would become strongg
- df the United. Nations, only to the past seven years; we have $6,000,000 used each day if it tentative moves.,.towards accepf- a later date,.fhe FLN repr
h.:..ave it turned down ejch time. repeatedly asked for a ceaseat- .wasn't for the war." ing help-in material form from 'tative replied,"' yof are'dr
- .. . ..i.. ion of the war but each time we The FLN repres en tati v., Iron Curtain countries.."In otf- ing ahd a *man oimes alonj
~" l' order to discussAlgeria's are met with demands for un- speaking of the massed proll- er years there have been.hints, a boat and extends hhis ha
:.ipblemn s with:the Governdent's conditional surrender. ems of the French termed "Fa- now. the wraps are off and, A sve' you,- you'll accept '-'
1-fand the peoples of Latin -Ameri-' "This is unacceptable" he con- gha, continued that Algeria gera has asked. openly. 1. want bn't. ask him first he
";ca,. in the hope of arousing.back- tinued '"During the firs thr@e or 6 d 'repeatedly asked for,:help -peole to understand that ALge- .ommunist or-lnot." i
ing at;the flrthcomiig UN pro four years we could perhaps from the Westerh nations;: .bt ri. did not want to have .to'ac-
"salosal.of the. question of "inde- have accepted such terms, but had received, nothing neither cept-belp, from .communist'bpoc ''On .the. question of ihdep
.:pendence, Guenniche El Wazza- now.' it, is impossible, we: -just moral or material help. He said, couVjes but now we have now- ence 'Waizani said .that.,
ni s conducting a three month can't, take .any. terms like thiT that for the past seven years choice" continued'Wa2zaln "We French would still. be.abl
ur ot:;:bf Laitin Amelica on ap- when we haie lost thousands'of the ",0000000Algerians had had have,received neither moral or residee.in Algeria, 'eitheroi-o
-F.tn ent by the Algerian Gov- nmen .fighting- and .have many to relt on outside aid .from the material help, from the western French citizenship, or- .ge
enmept. .'. thousarics-more either wounded -Arab countries, but suggested iaitions.'" l" ilr ationbais. -Stati'
i.'f voSaftuday meetings, one or ip i:'oncentration, camps:" that this. aid, although willingly i' Whether that. help :wi"lt"be ,., Cinueion

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iijyDcmber 4th-, 19610- H A H ITI 1 S U)b N' . 'kAGE 9.

Mnstryl f.To urismi Decree On Organlization Of Dept. '/ assatrcm
coslttv cuci ae po

seven members from te follow- New Sugar Mill On
urishas eturned,:to a Mi-_ Organization of Games and the Department's budget, the-an- ing organizations: Leo0
rr with Senator Vic- Sports- nual report on the actities of (1) The Commander of the Po.
7N-vrsCosant atthe Head. Winter Courses the' ministry and the ,monthly lice Department, According to the local news
oeie21issue of the' of- Exposition and Contest, pro- bullletin, He will also conduct the' (2) The, Director of the Immi ae eNuelse h I
I t L Moniteur'. the duction and statistics with. general policies and orientate the gration Service, tttHitnd rdtArc

et Iedustrielb i pt 6e
'for e ..organizing specialized institutions. different activities correspond- (3 oe epr tIdsre"i rsntlyc

w.dcke th() AQ H tiel epr
tejciia-"cadre'! of the mng with that industry. (4) A Gift Shop .Proprietor,cuigarnemtso t

buldn of a ua il n h
ae e ed.. Article -2.-Aims will be to re- (5) A Ti'avel,'Agent, buligoasgamllont
_LTel Secretary, of alize the following goals.- He will be responsible for the (6) A Chauffeur-Guide, Logne li tacs
r- or is to bcharnT (a) to collect' all the local and good administrative progress or (7) A Shijsping Line' Director. 35000 adwh acpi
j~hteexecution of a foreign information indispensab- vice-versa to- the Secretary of The 'consilltative counacil' will of 1,500 tons of cane per day,
litiue stodisfie". (tourist le to. the preparation of a deve- State. mn4t on the convocation of the
pniiae lpd' prograpT of the Hait*a Article 5.-The Pirector Gene- Director General each time that
othi\inerete Turst ndsty.ral will be assisted in his work it is deemed necessary. emnL ato
ilpooe-he (b) to organize, exterior and Cocktail Party, At.
ditof relative interior propaganda. SasSUi
lernssuchMr. Gunther Sambala of th
aimdniatins(c), t work' in harmony With Commercial Service of the G67
the various services of the Gov-mn gaon tdeda7
ernment in. view' of enumerating 9pm cocktail party at the Hote
icewe.:' X,7 ear rI I ;,: '_k hui N emw t

complyion will contribute 'to at- man Exposition.
trcing the largestnueroO )
visitors 'Possible to th. country.
Article., 3.The Ministry of As -really fineIV GEA

_W. he Dmrci onGenerale;,.soc4w e tsE HB7
tel.Jmes; a.remark-()L h Admiinistrative, Divi-: 17HNNIE t
i 1 e r sio) The Cultural Division, ,WA.E
pa thriving (4) The Artistic Division,
a ed (5) The Division of Interlibr. & thP. tv otlo
,Ai ek.eri6r Tourist' F otio ano ** 0 At 9 r D .e6 rid cant
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naC onshold title CfDr puprn in ChEeRawlla
ry ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O N I Wioiwl ateDpritn' ciiis ITIUO REZ A LKAG HOIALr~ own Pwii lle bSerfln. ift-
d- Ate Ari r--thicl function yprepaire Ghe-Arne n h x

torne 02tas so
bping~Trdiioa Sans dS fntonC '
i~Een Decmbe 2'~ ..

Thee i otel s Sou t
(borninta Chile), thisweeka. L
b~~~~~~~~~~~r~~tk pai ono Decemberj_', -o23rt 6 n'rl n t1rpls al:A
ell~al is- thedee Deaton s; acthites

af i o thi e -ear.
;~~g to thes Ctnhe DISTRBUTO AsET
died ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ie sort afehsr-Ti-fncinr.Pe'Arned sure the gexpdisie

qpost haste.
re-romRpsn gner exos"e: fte stuaionoupd ofa ith Beau heC
League psto will cdfl e pa
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0A il chae n oexth ciar rat fl at

erte roe aInsSuio
Tradieatioal.e San S&1,e C 4

The Iloerax o h Sans oeamu

*oLUstmate this week To'
btter pace o tngc e3 their,'
.WO, CARINGS. MAoGAN ows predpaed. tow behe "i
TOR T~laffair" ofa they year..e:

All Croel sL 'aBrOULE"ftqi'-

Lthe ng W oom, Bhisma Bed,
2~ Luuiu oLeat As Neva,
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new190, FrdAnli ato

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FS PAGE 10 Sunday December 4th, 1960

~7 f the installation of additionaltr
NI 'ew Lustre To Port cm Prince s dilghts and
Sifine lights and many one-wa
Streets: To the adventure. so
Haitian this move has taken: t
fun '-but of driving,. ';-.

K, O JZ 622 jyZhave, in Although downtown Pd'rf'u
"_ -Prince streets are& furhished wil
To r Cari bean riss attractive sounding namethe
.a .. to find. This has been remedies'
,: n u.. -o d t by the Traffic Department
7:l continuedd trom page 17. daily frdm the provinces bear- ihe city and on the pleasant -The "joie de vivre" -f the coun- numbering of all streets. All'cit
'ifter-.the famed Haitian hero, the ing massive loads of human, and mountain climbing route to the try ensures-that nobody hurries. section streets have been dsig-'
| .]fip street has blossomed inot produce cargo. residential cool confines -ff Pe- The camion ,ride to Petionville .ated as Avenues .running. souti
a ...muti-cblored business centre tionville is the red flagged taxi is 'also a norriinkl 12 cent -ride anid 'asEstreets running north.
dispensing the w o r l d 's trade Bordering close on Walt Dis- or tlhe, "joy-ridding" camilonette. and one usually shared with a.
rSom a thousand stores and bou- ney creations the camions and Taxis within city limits charge few chickens 'and eight or nine' Tourist Director- onfHdent
i tiqt'js. -*. camionettes. named after saint only 10 cents and the ride is other persons all' gaily chatter-' Jean J~cques Honorat, direct'
: Exudes. Ai Of -Cleanliness or girt friend, are elaborate ve- pleasant if you are not in a ing in the native tongue,, Cieole. or general of the Ministry'.'f
;I-:--nitatpr of the "clean-up Port. hides of many colors and- sroll hurry for several diversions are Visftors are ensured df'a -gra.- Tourism, is. confident that this'
S:au,. Prince".-rampaign Boulevard worked with inscribed slogans of likely. to Be made on thie way. cious "bon jour." Both taxi and year's .tourist crop Will bUe" a.
J"5ean_. Jactjues Dessalines stans .faith, -hpe of charity on the ibad 'carniioh fares' double .after 6:30 bumper, one and liHs listed ',ev-d
ia .a. glowing test~imonal' of co- and' safe-jduineys etc. These or-, CACIOUE ISLAND'-pm. eral reasons that are. expect
Lp.erative effort. From its Port- nate vehicles are. the national "IBO BEACH" to promise tourism to thi-isilan'd
i.. f. -(gateway) St. Joseph to the transport 'sy stem,. travelling the ONLY 30 'MINUTES For visitors .driving their own during the 'forthcomring tdourit
N0tohern. Portail, Leogane the i0.000. miles of highways ana,bi- FROM 'PORT-AU-PR'INCE or hire. cars. the new traffic re-.s eaon of 'Caribbean touring.-::
yMie var.d displays its .sparkling ways. throughout the country, at- ENTRY (INCLUDING gulations make touring a pleas-
.aaded business 'establishments, .tracting the attention and pat- ROUND-TRIP' ure. Gone is the practice of step' Air, con ing-is to beins
,ad..adornicd with.'fresh paint, ronage of m-any tourists.who BOAT '. on .the gas, blow .the horn and 'tailed at 'the' present airport,
i'i-hpcd signs and splashes of choose these transporters as a TRANSPORTATION) close the eyes. This famied mode Bowen Field, under finance from.
lightiiing giving a' nightly symbol' of Haiti.-for. their cam- ONLY $1.00 of driving has been ended with the Haitian Governi-hent. Place
~pPearafnce b -of'an- authentio-Fifth era, art. Children 0 s -
,venue. No More Wrong Numbers Private Dressing Rooms '.-- "- ..
"&Eroh 'the ."Salon de "Cpiffure The signing of a five million hite Sand Bea .
"tode'rneo.;' Antt-Atomique" :to dollar contract between tle gov- Fl"e Restaurant and Snack Bar ._
"tee gaudily painted "Texas" 'tnd ernment and a firm from. Switz- WATER SKIING
'Sa.h-Francis c bars, the whole erland' wil shortly put an end to SNORKELING
rtoiue is j'ne -of color" and ippve; the tourist's bane of. "dialing "
Ait --Visitors- can now w a k the Awrong number' to get the Bel pp eC
'.- :. -"'r ourijst.Avenue" onto the right person."' F e ighf
W:oOth: idywalks .of thi main' ForOefight ".
dt.e 't view ,dozens of adli-' _Installed' as. one of the first Or Weekly Visits
'QHoal -ti urist and native, craft dial telephonee systems 'Haiti's ;Special 'Summer Rate '
" shops that' formerly, had their party lihe phone commumcatibns In. Double' e t .
tredirmed by being sited on have' s u f f e'r e d continously- $6. Single :$10 : Double'-'.
n tinapproachable thoroughfare, throughout .the years, either by CACIOUE ISLAND
,.;. "- mal-function or not ifunctionirng IBO BEACH" '
!.. : Bye To Eye Stores at all. Within a few months all SAIME OWNERSHIP AS. HOTEF
.'.'.. -this will be alleviated by the. IBO LELE MANAGERS: '
L .ce th extraction of so .many Swiss contractors who will hold. PAUL & .NANCY BAUSSAN
Bid,.peet- i athr eye sores in this a thirty-five year franchise.
e g capital are-disappe- Haiti's national 'ginrie meCE
e r fdaital are- disappear-. At a- meting. held' on Oc'ober
`. The..enturms-old L Saline five., cents" -s a I u t e, presented
In he centuries ca praese nt '
Lattoir. once- 'a fetid-place of throughout- the capital ,viih 22, 1960, the Board of Directors
a t h o e tended palm. and the si -app- of :Cajbbean 'Millg Inc. has ac-. ,
ui :L-hat. blew -nobody,' espe- .f-app-
Fl. tor ists. gdod.' has e oiited guides he .thrive a on p- cepted. the resignation of Mi. Jo-.-.
b nPl eedba yan v mercan-Haitian "ering tourists are now faced "'ith 'seph C. Cicho.'ski as.. Vice-Pres- -.
ba cotiir and meat packing plant correctional' schools as the well- ident andTreasurer of Caribbea-n-
-td well out of sigit and mind appointed arm nof the' Welfare bMills Inc. effective immediately ..
.- -the. '. ty. suburb of DantienS and -Research -Service reaches r.' Joseph Cichonski has' no
.'Neitghe!'ss visitors can still .o it to, clamp down on the men- longer any connection with Car i"B "
",4-iet lxmpses .of- neai-a'a roach- ace. This 'department ha 'been ibban Milsinc. oran' o t
'ibeAoridas" as peasants from. issued with e, power to put affiliates, or with any corpora-.
'7 -bg.- ion contPolledd'by the owS\ ers of" B^^
I pi e inches lead their cavort.- a top to the.-annoying practices n
"vgcqattle:throusght the maze'.tf of the vagabonds.-- Caribbean cMills Inc.
mci.t~ raffic to the other side of To mak the distinction' jof ge- Arthur)...H. AS
1he capital. Haiti holds the dis- nine guides easier several of Chairman of the Board of.
,Port t.ou te l i s' 1Directors and. -President s.of
rtion eof being one of the very e Po.rtsta rt business hous- an- sl-s Inc
eV. countries in the worldWthere es have -issued. competent guides .aribbean lls Inc.
.lt a.ts itI e general, wind up' with smart uniforms and these
Ceidhi'g ..heir owner. boys are versed in all.phases of
rs tourist requisites and demands. '
l'4'nothev, grand bye offender to:, With increasing popularity of '
E e removede' d L r'i n g the face car hiring new' traffic instaila-,
jbjang.jmng' campaign fir Port b bons and laws, mak ecity driv-
-irrce is' the festooning jumble irig a pleasant and easy task.
.fCailles (hou.sI, on the water- A choice, of several car rental
tg.ontapt LaS a iin a e.a/Survivors agencies are available together '
4",.c m tans of fires dyer thde vith a wide selection of Ameni-
yiears the tightly packed houses can-' and foreign cars. Rental k
l: ave final given 'way before prices start as lot as seven dol-
iti constretion vheeais\6t: the lars-per dae 'or 35 dollars or
'-ity's first'hbus tfeminal; gas- a- week with an eight cent per 3Tt Il.
';atob and rest rooms. mile charge Applicable. Chauf-
';\Willn'ravef" 'feur driven cars can be hired "
S.When completed' the La Saline for.three dollars per 'hour in the (SJ 4t4
r.us parking lot will p r o v i d e city with the .rate rising to fivbye
.sanctuary for the hardy "have dollars per hour outside the city L ;
courage will travel" type Cni limits. 41 0
4kmon and Camionette trucks and Dirt Cheap Transportation
i" buies that stream into the' cit 'Popular mode'of travel within JOSEPH NADAL & CO.. -

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4.nrrigrtio nd- ,Cust- rnew_ airport the tourist Director to the markets from fhe miount-, Francais and Cape Henry, Cap The pretty arid-quite town of
ins "hecoi-ir plants. stated that new: hotels are to' be, ains,, qrtying on their heads Haitien was once the export&r Jaemel is still undiscovered. It
gie i piping off ui oaco odethe in- massive baskets of produce with to France 'of more riches than, has two fine. pensions and the
aneTcol, coifortab- creased 'number of visitors witl-a grace no -charnirhoo oudNw York, in the 18th century., Hotel Alexandre o on ce the
6tiri drin .A irrst few thq operuing qf "the .Mals Gate instill and'the dignified peasa ; t Here the tourist can spend, honfez of- a coffee planter and
ai ete "eoeteend- of up in the mhist enschrouded, pine- weeks gazing back into the -past now- .transfoi-mxed into hotel
Jf thkyear" 'he stated "the grund_ clad mountains with grhis Rip Van of this colorful island; looking- at, with a mediterrarlen -irarid.
Airvas -':ll 6e, broken fo2 at least'two 'Winkle air Ane long trousers the ruins of once -,fabulously rich with many fine beaclies'close at
oreg for 30iomhtes-hn. port embroidered blue' denim jakt planations, now crunm b:lin g hand. Jaemel is a rom~xtic lit-
t".irmbi alcrdingt au Prince :itself .adthe other with' macoute bag slung' over7-French ,coloniial ruins,. .The tle town-/reached by air or b
arilorati the nar viciaitai" shouldr. It is this' latte who is mighty breath takin Citadel Jeep -oe odta smr
11.witrsceue tiree 'he 'large number, of ,Port au1 most likely to. ~a~ke a' courl hmanfotesoKig lien- often than not a river.
wek rmew -York -Pines hotels, and those in the bow on chance meeting and- sal- rY Chitpe h lv h hsHlii paring her---4T
6 surrounding, mout4.il r eso r t ute the visitor with the greeting rose to monarch and com''em- self to welcome vi .itors drn
thetor-ton o ;etobile, reexee. courage cousin." or~ated himself forever with- the the winter season ,adgets
tlr dein; topd sason and' heaw,' Those who. can stand, the fran- building, of the, massive defense, a aei o grantdta h
ce.xid tob 'PO auejff~dybe ticp pae' fhgln o6e pie ive. castle, in the sky.-, welcome 'is a friendly and warm F
rind z a agging. Ve prides
P gs hve "a-ir e, ad'y bee

;,,ilhts'diil;_,ijni'fiade. Rates vary from the, dot-, will find themselves' at. home I it, wn on. the plains below,the hearted gestu~re. Eeih om
t, t th- pta hee-ave lapt--day bea~ch~comber type fit-.the famous Iron Market, a build.'-Citadel is Christophe's Sans'Sou- tryside ,and nature are prepay ,r-
een araned'by art Ara bitaie, in' down, town port 'aat 'ing ofL unique, Oriental-Franco 6i Palace -where' he hold court inig the 46intsettas. Are. now 7
l~ wt ,aalyfiht frkit Prittde- up to magnificerit _50 dol- architecture which, legend 'has adcaeda naxe for himself in bloom aQd ,'oid rd h
la prda hIxt suites in the it, was bound for a mcislem city that prompted the British An eofclraogheoaws
lat., p ay ze of

ti incool, mountain, sited hotels; Aver- in -the> East but got miisshiped n1uat 'Register. of 1911 to, com- and up, in the mountains.
s ai agb. rate for comfortable accom- to Haiti whe-e no tfme'was-waist- ment "he Will 'probably act''eNabyBahs
jsli an aibni. r odation, with, three good meals ed er~ectinig- if This build'ingg monarch v vth a uch stage.Oc h ors hs iih
d s t nn to keeping with the ciysrcn-dignity as'any oi thosp who hiave his or her shopping advance
na wlr dlrIkdyag;up lajstecived, its-,-first -lately been elevated to that st .a- -can, be' taken of, a fasc .ina,in
o'Rc i second'Bb thAmeltai ani4 Europe an ct.,Paint in decade and' tion in Eur'ope."' t -ano either world',-- th4n-r
Cap- accommodation, is ahila its, orntte spires. and tit hre. Ail Cap.- Mecca And A 'Must dersea reef at Sa.Rd ,ay jan
le: 6 fti nopsi. iw, ;sparkling frmot of ,Chrisiophe.'has 'gone but his.,Marinie Gdden, For asniiif tie
greeyn- pe.-alace and. fortress' remain for' dollar'. charge visitors, can make
s~i a 6_ A:

J~qa-:out" is thenB-ruain Basement1atlte' world to see' a's do the the hailf- day lauablh trip- .Wittnt
tO t A- ,M.a most hotels which take' Tis 'is the bargain ba rn ,6 t ruins of Ih uuiusIeiec the.mdl o ot.uPic
eadt~ to-eeteitr tr lHiiadtybreigta wa once the home of Na- Ba -And- there,;' from a glass b~t-
sofevyca`aentera! me stor lae ofo Haitoui ad tsherbxe one yoenpsse ali6Adt oiba,- tewneso
thrug t cokes hats, to' py that n anoe g h ad f oofu epcyl
Rhu~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ amtashnirf tm, he ir nrnet CpHiinBy. ge gvmew' wit 2te wonear
tw I candn n' i' pa e fr lleoriss ,ad e arond pon-Wt l eut oeladpn.fsem' idfr h t
Dadense Mil cansu antigfom sui caces io acom odastion dd fort-,eunderwater fauna and the' guided-
statel in t osrce fgnosi dozefisand brughed vti e iutu ie hdu frbe'
ah4. e_

e, etrough to baktht' tsses anod s. of, pitrsu cole o nnrftulf tropicbl,
Anew, theg andyare itsad, juttw f ca1hnitn,lining thui(exeine, -."ad' fn s Immf
'asey rondie lie bne ento t r an cd m ovf ri me 'Bge orgaini e ,fwhing: it
-.Cisoa sev Tat Ru BracoiiM st- alvs u ta items three 0ti brro ride p theiotintanu B' the sepey Aca ardI
Cast-- d I

.-hSiitiF-hoapndelifer madefrom canito Witdhn radlt leCtdlsn pnv sad rmd
bdn liar With Newt f:r equalo e bcoladgated hote ad trpicsn. 'hour'sn adre for., the 7takeI t- ,
th ne milk rayoalcans ofandict cases sim acmoaebytetionrs and, fein teas" jenthetirnmenthea guided-
id _,, Hai oargest o- Villa CtrebaleteCokArlns a ar n diyrpat flose
,n ho -t Bele Cr2l run aiursr-ln hc -osg Ih Iet i heseodspaltelg.li
m 1 Rcnwherucedbineniouitsly.,an o6di sae resr iqn th Wester torPe, me dium Acm odfio rubber"l
er quantitias trp' fasto -.Ripied anidhre .:oan urctina orce able atteec
y- l bdee -ovied' bCk brh toeirhmsltafto f touiss fromth tae old Pictres 'died Cloner tu otbe: brncy h
in,~uai enL 9.0it all Hrv i-e rS can .I sti trePf rJeb.Prt ePi aiu*Is~dBec u n
Haitioend mat If grhoe seia-lell Lam B1ein marketl in the just hiuadn tbcanteer, th6 tou fistlae incd o divter 'aand' thatnri.-- was ,
thswe nmbrooa ibbe,an." dth rne to t try can 6oms setdrs oloigrte ani firshing paekopte dltons
e ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '~r caengtlb ae p Ntoa uem .. ristperCoumbs adn ie u Arawa indiansdIb
e: e I ae-e ise Vpov eumis an, etabihment wrel- Pbthe 1is hitp'clbae i ig ae kig At
Thefl -,-lar. cce Pechi .ot iiig oshi h' h fwwrdi the moutinous to. othe', nardb shye oipe
perc 1t is rode, spenireide o f xprei-teLllndRvr.l hr aaa arel aailmabl e.t
-8 sle bet'"ce eturn Sht ping C &sed wthegmre Gsitt winin trail.e ston toeCtdladay -Gnaea 16isandsl L e-rom,
veklaesq ,l ltes th, cupdfeto an Paul tEi. Maoi e, iithe mus pu otlx-oa ec std:a
the~~~~~~~~ theta and Iieal an tropicipay, r hwn
imoti flpu at mth Iicl full edatg 0n dmgiiei 'lze 'I E hour' drive frmtec
_-loh~seti~g shoe old muVu bs 16dioat6 srtl
e tFr h -iht a1 thei wordtoe other withanoendlesse Many, othe sie-Lameo
ate seack itusiast, tere This bechmcnb
Alle0ias RIneaos 'areatewrrhay igae h Cn
-usitg a iept hic% 1i 00 Haiti taleitutedn aeaich han o
ff of Jodliln-ianericanfcesglaylad made-Eysctpelt'
bcn a- uti on Fnay ngt the!e i awartn thes psror medium mu-oL ay''
lags ''ofe thhs stooes tpia musi tlae als were paiid and 'daily repast lostrand
-in4*eseleood- byt Jraao ders "eunls at, the 7:nght ofHils oeotarit

Vic artrest No tourist caln rira. Haiti for recrd in 'ishe' who: Ace dnr, a inis
-.~troupes the. simpl chr'V.dlarm and ar Western awa- fro 0h kya WC sES
January~t -erso t~epl.Ti nqethrcin home aot afrcin&tu P-nc ail TWICE'Is theAS
tedr's f*' fts outlook o molvieg bcan be sn awaits thn almosti tshe6~ Port doC sBEU
to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h U.S.rn pi-ice :aaoll 7a-Hasl thi str APPLI orE JE R MERKo E W
qualitiesIle of their tarhe Car- sd paff athwhmainlFndm that waOSP AD L A E T
g eirs cheduledOf rel MInadswlig onkn ucnsctvl a
''llpow.."; -ty !a6 I ighclub hae, Q- -Ntioal Mseu pedbutArawk Idian Ib
_6re,3'ts cary,ris (, hrisophr Cou mbu'laning l i
-1.. I I '. -_ t" 1 I Port a

and. i%-eei .up.axorid he ityrlnc~s atinal u-'neaby i 142. olum ; d Ls s*tBeac ofe~sbar ertura

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.:Thirty years of travel exper-
l.Jence and six years writing have
egone into Paul and Erica But-
Ilers' travel guides '"South Ame-
i rica,'' "The Caribbean and Cen-
;,tra. America" and a third vol-
::.ume "Mexico."
;.,Dr. G; Paul Butler and his
?wife Erica of-Little Silver, New
j:Jersey, called at Port au Prince
this week onboard the MS Berg-
',insfjord"- whicl departed here
Re',arly Fiday morning lor New
-york after a cruise of nine Car-
'i.bbetn ports. Mr and Mrs But-
.W.ier-were taking a.\vacatiod and
viewing the.results of their book
ipaced-on the market in Octob-
.: er this year.

kI New York Sugar King
'..,. ,. -
... Jn Port
-Enrmute to. the- World Sugar
!-Congress in Mexico, Mr Gustave
rEbo, New York, stopped. in Port
0 au.'rince this week. He-was
?iigreeted bere and taken .on a
sghtseein tour by Agricultur-
,"-Banck President Favard Du-
I^ Ev~ah -
I : :.Accordihg to daily press re-
]'portS -Gustave .Lbbo has made
propositions -to 'purchase -the sug-
ai.'"an.d molasses production of
:h- Centrate Jean Jacques Des-
salihes in Aux Cayes.

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:: 0r codpilet-e information in Haiti
WS amps and: other details which will be
WwUnihshed you. free of charge,;write to
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Successful German
Exposition -
The German Exposition at the
Chamber of Commerce building
this week, first of series feat-
uring products of different couin-
tries represented in Haiti, prov-
ed to be a strong success.
Hundreds of visitors- toured
the outside and second floor dis-
play area under the skilled guid-.
ance of Mr. Gunther Sambala
of the German Legation's- Com-
mercial Sernice. Among the pro-
ducts .on display were a comp-
lete range of German vehicles,
all on sale in .Haiti, industrial
and agri;cdtural machinery, ra-
dios and tape recorders, medic-
al equipment_ and drugs, Osram,
light bulbs, Odol' Germany's
top tooth paste, Placentubex,
the cosmetic and pharmaceutical
products of Merz & Co., Frank-
furt and Wella, a German hair

Among. the guests currently
.on the roster at George and
Getty Heraux' Sans Souci Hotel
are Mr'. H. .W. Peek, a' sales
promoter for the Curacao Trad-"
ing Co., stopping for one of his
brief sojourns here which makes
ever)3 few months: Major Paul
Wciler, USMC, here this week
-to inspect thle resident U.S. Em-
bassy Guards: Mr W. Stater, a
business executive from West
Point, Cont., Mr 'R: C. Weaver
from Plymouth,, M ass,, who re-
cently .returned to Port. au--Prin-
ce from-'a visit to Plantation
Dauplhin and Messrs. F. A. Rey-
nolds 'and L. G. Tupper who
are in Port to audit the books
of the. Electric Light Company.

Haiti's Tourism To: Get
Big Plug

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l-intife s Quadruplet5
Doing Well
Jessie, .Josue. Joel and Jose,
. quaddiplet children of Mrs Pre-
sorrMeS6ar, have a fond foster
father in the form of Limbe. Mis
sionary Dr. Williams 3. Hodges
who gave up a California pi*ae

Paul_ Butler, editor, author and
lecturer has travelled almost
2,000,000 miles in the last 40-
years. He has been to South and
Central America many times in-
cluding a complete circle of the
continent, and to Mex.dco more
than 30 times. Although his wife
has visited Haiti previously this
was Dr. Butler's first time in.
the country.
Educaed at Lawrence Colle-
ge. Drew Seminary/ and Colom-
bia University, Dr. Butler has
given many lectures in recent
years in addition to his work as
editor and manager of Bookis,
Churches, Schiols for the Ne\w
York Daily Mirror.
Texan by birth, Erica Butler
can practically match her hus-
band's travel .record, especially
in all Latin America of which
she is particularly fond. When
her husband began his travel
guides she accompanied him on
trips, but \was soon writing as
much as be did. to complete the
Set of three travel .books.

The Butlers' home between
trips is located In New Jersey
where, with many good booksk,
,Anld time-out for their favorite
hobby power boating, they.,enjoy
planning next year's travels.

Nick de Morgpl, world-famous
photographer and Denise Otis;
an associate decorating editor of
the American, Journal "House
and Garden" are here to do a
picture slory on Haitian archit-
ectuie,'crafts a.na foods.
They did a singular article on
Italy which met with -a flood ot'
sucqcess.- Stopping at l;ie Hotel
Rj%,iera, they have already %.is-
.led the surrounds, oi the Cap-
ita/ Cap Haitien aild trips are
F!ianned to Jacmel and Jeremie,
.vXire t wlev \ill photograph and
,tiescIbe the uiniq-e Hii ',:i hou-
ses of the "gingerbread" era,
th- co!?oiual liomes a,id tlie coo'
molerlei sti,'ucLris ot today.


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4. g allantine's Sodtch Whisky. ., ;
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S6, Gilbey's Spe'y Royal-Whisky I 2I.2-
S7. BadKc& White-Scotch Wtisky ,. 3
8. John Jameson *** Iish- Whiky(_ 2.9
19. C adianeRCleb Whisky ,' : 31.
10. Beefeater Gin.. ., 28.4at
Sl.. Cherry Heering .* 44,B
Llr' .-,hmbuie .46.0
SryEys Bristol Cream' Shetry' '33.


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kday December 4th; 1960

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( l.nu;lid from page-8)* Welcomed at the Haitian-Ara-
'.French would be treated, in bic Club by member Sami Sati,
.ia the same as. any foreign- aa local businessmann' Wazzani,
iinian-y country, he-added that spoke to over 50 people gathr-
inmerce: relations with :The ed. In a speech .o 'appreciation
e.nch would still continue. Mr. Satf stated that the people.
Wr. "Wazzani's comme~ht. "oi of the Arabic .Club supported the
posed ,Agrariaii-'ke(orm were Algeria ..'plea for 'independence
I ot. and. to 'the point .""How because it was something that
iuld: you like it .for one- man they were "fully- entitled too."
iown. _40,000 acres of land?". At' this "and the El Rancho press
,i5Rmediately. afler his bri.e fi conference Mr- Wazzani met with
.b.irst on agrarian reform GoVernment officials and! Min-
iemnnicheWaza aniu'told of'brut- isterg ivith"whom he further..dis-.
ities.: indicted on..the-.Algerian cussed -Algeria'- current strike
L6ple during-the' seven years of and problems. ,
tr 'ad i:eiterated the number Exprassing .the feelings of the
d dead, wounded and in. con-. Arabj- people. in Haiti this week
ntration camps. was Mr -Nadin Al-Khal,-Port aft
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Prince businessman, who stat-

ed "We all sympathize with Al-
geria and feel that it is a part
of the Arabic world. 11 it was
not for'certain political conside-
rations and the help that France
has been receiving from other
Western powers this revolution
would have been concluded by
"President De Gaulle and the
French Army are hanging onto
Algeria purely for the benefit
of the several hundred thousand
.native Frenchmen "Colons" .liv-
ing there, not because ot gold
or oil or other minerals but be-

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Phone 2353.

cause of those French people.
These people refer to Algeria
as the "Continntal France.'-Al-
geria is NOT a part of France
as these French citizens seem
to think."
Mr Al-Khal added, "It has
been said that a country seek-
ing independence does not hdve
it given to it; it has to fight for
it.-The Algerians' hate been
fighting for independence forge

seven years-now which shoyaJ
that the majority of the 7,000,'1"x
Algerians are fo independent
and really want it." ,
Here for three days, Gueni
che Wazzani departed on Sunda
on fie next leg of his Lafi
America tour of speaking.to "t
Government and people to pl
the case of independence fodr;'

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the hoe") in the conventional play. These are reproduced in
m d oeM a es]cWWesternrknanner. MVr Courlander the book in 48 pages of plates
chas -attempted to convey in this and 100 pages of music for songs
book a unified picture of the re' and drum rhythms. A discogra-
sulting way of life an unusu- phy lists recordings, of Haitian
fi o) Published on December 2, 19- Haiti, brought vividly to life ally rich one, and one in which music.
ult.of 12- trips to aiti 60, Coulnder's work has been in this book, is a rugged'mount- Americans are finding an in- IVir Courlandr, who is ,theauthor's vivid a long time in preparation and ainous land,,thickly populated by oreasing fascination. ciai.st j, African and AfroAme-
aiti life are many California Press and- pricedat farmers who live, close to. the During his twelve trips to ai- iican olklore, folk mus
usic prepared by Dr. $10, is presented in distinctivee of hunger. Descended rom ti, totaling some four years' related fields, has written HAITI
Koqlinsk. The book, desigri; the work of Adrian_ Wil- Africans brought as slaves to stay, Mr Courlander recorded SINGING and a novel set in the
t vntheNew Wrld in the sixteenth, hundreds of songs and -took hun- West IndiesAL
seventnth, and eighteenth cen- dreds of remarkable photo- He has done much anthropolog-
.. have developed a graphs of dances, rites, art ob- ical research and writing, Some-
e lturended of African, Ane' jets, and people at work and of it for the United Nations.
rcani and ,French influences
r~i~h n iHreu music, art, rdan-
ce, religion and language.
Now, as social change begins
to sweep the Caribbean, Haiti HIP BET WEENl
Iust face its problems of feud-
al land tenure and overpopula-
ion. However, the future of Hai-
ti will be shaped also by novel
I; ~II

influences from its past,. and Mr
SCourlander's intriguing book will
provide a thorough ufiderstand-
i of this background. I
O1e such influence is VOD-
T o the religious system of
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S IHaiti -- a survivalof West Afri-
can beliefs with an ltron
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A: IRGIILY VITASINED RICE' contrast tosnagnldd ac-
rBYSA- OF.100 POUNDS counts ofsvodoun. Mgr. Courland-
AT HaEaFOLLOWING PRICES: e provides a detailed story, of
S de--A $10.50 d2.50 Gde v u tuals, with a gprde to
e Grade -B 89or 42.50 Ge the thousands, of LOA or spirits.- `e`
Vodoun, he writes, "is an inte-
Bbmiet G',e4-'C :5.80 or 29.00 Gdes

gra e m of concepts con-
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Ay '&t-Valley)ri havae _ __ ___e lived before, and to_ the
tiof 4per cent, o proases: of 20'- S r y naturalo and supernatural forces
o the universe... In. short it is

a true religion which attempts
150 00V RIE I TO B Y o tie the unknown to the Knowh
and thus create order where
N PROD CE RICE, chaos existed before." -
I C L S BIHe -goes on to tell or the day-
by da roleof siritsand rit u-Vs;

people, describing- cetan x
S traordinary ceremonies dealing If you're looking,-for office furniture that really expresses you
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S English, translation, of numer- walnut, woodgrain or traditional plain gra; also available mnodern
1EN95WR 149TS ous incantations, tales, proverbs, daai ietn r gmns
dAV and songs. Many of these he IREGULAR' SIZES 30 x 60 tops
traces to their West African pre-
cursors. He also traces many REASONABLE PRICES
MA~oKI adulars dances to the same source, not- o.00-58.5
ing that Haitian dances are usu- No.. 5005 -134.95
ally participative rather than ex-
at ,.AnnD M.r Courlander also discusses W A VA E E N SA IH PN
the Creole language -7 a blend
of archaic French vocabulary
N' FPAesuc and WesthAfrian speech patt- AT THIE'
'The, Haitians do not separate .
pray and work ("the, drum-and

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Sunday December 4th, 1

Cimbe:. and Jacques Succes, Destine features three
Herblee on thle file' received pro- numbers in his current progra
onged applause for his two so- Samba. Caribe, Cerembi
bs which were "curious but de- Bembe, 'Bal Champetre tog
ightful." Kely -.also paid tri- other with Festival, Creole son
bute to the ;thlli. '.ncers of the (by Destine,) Baphsm of th
roup and the costumes which Drums. Slave.dance, Drum Co
vere "vivid in oio and strik- \versation, iMitch Dqctir and ot
ngly designed,". ers.

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Le profti orl ai l 1Bha ^
roulement donna une fraetmio f *we
sicurife supplimentaires. Up ing
disposiif de silence rduit l d
rents bruiS disagr6ables do p a If
tandis quo la construcVOB 16ig e
Super-Cushion Sans Chombrs .
permet d'absorber c les 'ado
route. Vous aurez moIns do p Mne
plat. at moins de dliais paert quo
Construction Grip-Seal eclusiv de
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nLon tin P rfr In recognition of his achieve-
Jean-Leon Destine Performs ments in promoting an apprecia-
S tn University tion of the native folk arts of
At Boston University his country throughout the world, I
....-- - -,-q - - Destine was recently awarded l
.P Haiti's Jean-Leon Destine and Mills, Jerome Jeffery, drumm- the Legion of Honor the ;_h t
Shis company of Haitian dancers, ers Alphonse Cimber and Jac- est honor Haiti can bestow. t
Sand drummers received enthu- ques Succes and fife player Her- Reviewing Destine and hi
Ssiastic Boston news coverage blee, the dance company has at- group's performance- on Friday i
Following a -recent, performance traced wide audiences through- November 18 at the Boston Uni-
'!-'given at the Boston University out the United Stales and Jean- versity, Kevin Kelly, writing in
QR as part of that institution's "Ce- Leon Destine himself has been the "Boston Globe stated "In
1,1ebriy Series." described as a dancer who "has the art of ethnic dance there' is
SComposed of Destine, dancers done more than any single indi- no one to compare with Jean-
Marguerite Adrien, Audrey Ma- vidual in exploring the folkways Le"on Destine and his Haitian
son, Shirley Spicer, G e o r-g e of his people." Dance Company.
A, "s a troupe they are grace-
*ful performers and the show
I they performed last night at
Time takes on a rosy hub Jordan Hall, under the auspices
through the sapphire crystal olf the Bostou University Celeb-
rity Series, was a vigorous and
6f your Movado Firmament "watch colorful exhibiton of native dan-
i ce. As a sympathetic explorer
a..and interpreter of his people. he
w collects the rough fragments of
y folkl art and shapes them into
coherent dance form.
A. "Although he is a Ypurist id
the strict sense, he is also a
creative choreographer. For-ex-
r ample he can translate the Eu-
f ropean influence in Caribbean
folklore in a Mazurka Creole
hiche alldes to a more dem n

I^ c .;ding classical. style of dancing."
V.Kelly .cnIue with a des.
crlption of the numbers presen-
ted'on the Destine program and
^^- ^ ^ -~ jc creden e to Dr F orancsduva-
R S states in conclusion that in ad.
diton to the music of drums,.
.a vigorously beaten by Alphonse
ThB Moved6 sapphire crystal nPr E26,
leams with a rare brilliance. "The ovl look". A
gol 1 c ONtiia AAnE ATMIO OJNAhAS1 ; R';"'t
W.: Its hardness is iurpasse E O gold liuiarnedial
hly bthdt of the diamond. lure dil Envoys Present
.. You will cherish your Letters Of Credane

IPA, Movado which' offers you aL t
c thritrim t- In a ceremTony at the National
in three years (at the official miniature move- Palace Wednesday morning Mr.
Swiss Observatory at ment, gold 18 ct. Carlos Valera Gonzales the Am.
Iuchtel). old Igr dial bassador here of Peru and MIr
IMohamed El FabeH, Envoy ET-
traordinary and Plenipotentiary
1 of the United Arab Republics
(UAR) presented their letters of
credence to Dr. Francois Duva-
lier, President of the Repu'blic.
AKOVADO 'r. El Fabei is the first en-
oyof tOe United Arab Republic-
accreditcd to Haiti. He was ac-
companied to the Palace by the
ON 'SALE AT MASON ORIENTALb Legation Attache, Mr. MlaheT

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(Continued from page 2) CANAL COMPANY Ia
L The SS "Cristobal" of the Pa-
--Cuban, dancers Lida Esther Lopez Fernandez and Bernardo nama Line will avi ve from New ..
rbicio Civico are currently here trying to get a contract with Yorki at 7.00am, December 6th,
Yme night Club:or hotel. They are lodging at the Park Hotel. 1960.
:-The new ,Secretary of the Spanish Embassy here "Senor" On board are a total of 95
luardo' Aranda arrived this week \ith his beautiful wife Isabella'. passengers of which t1e fqllow-
l architect. mg 26 wvi disembark at Port -
au Prince:
b-Mr Benjamin. Lopb; Executive Vice-President of the Stylon MMRs May. Auguste, Air & M\lrs 4
lorporatfort, .MlordI Mass., and his lovely and charming wife *David Bandel, MLr & Mrs G. J. -'
'hoebewere e friendliest couple visitingg the Country this week. Bastidon, Miss Flora Boyer, Mrs Ii
len a. ihdoebe were guests-.at th El pahelio. They're delightful Frances Cherkes, Miss Briceus
Cloren.e N Miss Anita Cherkes,
company The Loebs will come 'back here for Carnival next Feb- Cloren,. ss Ani a Cherkes. Jaq n hel. -
ary. ,g l-'Mrs Anna Dejean, Mr. Jagkson helps
'ar. ~' / J1. Ellis, Mrs Elsie F. Gaetjens,

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The Lilly Laboratories of In-
dianapolis have granted this
year's scholarship to Dr. Roger
G. Malebranche, a young med-
ico who successfully completed
. his studies at the Faculty of Me-
dicine of Port au Prince.

Selection of the candidate was
made last April by a committee
of three members, Dr. Raoul
Pierre-Louis (Dean of the Fa-
culty., Dr. Jeannot Cadet and
Dr. Constant Pierre-Louis.
Dr. Roger Malehranche depar-
tled Thursday, December 1st at
i3:30pm for New York where lie
will be studying for thle next 12
months at tie Presbyterian Hos-
.pital. Columbia university. _

We extend our best wishes for
success to Dr. Malebranche and
extend our congratulations to the
Lilly Laboratories for making
this tine gesture.

Young Dr. Roger D. Malebran
che (at right) prior to his dep
arture this \veek for the U.S.
where he vill study for tuelie
mruonths on a Llly Laboratory

Our congratulations to little
Martine Toussaint, daughter of
Pan Am's Lamartine Toussaint,
who celebrated her birthday on
December 2.




Cash prizes are to be offered
each December commencingg
19611 for thle most attractive
garden in Port au Prince or
surrounds. A first prize of 1,000
Gourdes will be given by the or-
ganizers of the combined Tour-
ist Minirustry and Municipality

To be held will the idea of
promoting interest in beautify-
ing Port au Prince, the contest
will also offer three other cash
prizes ranging down to 100 gour-
des. Minister Victor Nevers
Constant ard Mayor Jean Deeb
'-lave initiated this annual com-
petition which will be held orn
the second Sunday in each De-

The first contest, to be judged
by a jury of four members, will
take place in December 1961.
All those interested in entering
their gardens in the competition
are asked to place their name at
thle Department of Tourism the
first week in November next

6 Septembre 1960
1.-Michel Paul
2.-Demnosthene Jn-Claude
2.-Edme Felsix
4.-Cessant Paul
5.-Roney Joseph
6.-Aubourg Bossuel
7.-Etienne Ludner
8.-Sam Gerard
9.-Desir Isaac
10U.-Picoche Marcel
11.-Aubourg Roger
10 Octobre 1960
12.-Derose Rock
l8.-Derose Jn-Claude
1.-Gauthier Fritz
15.-1Oiier Wilner
16.-Souffrant Dieudonne
17.-Oauthier Antoine
18.-DuvieHe Jacques
13 Nov'embre 1960
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Blanchard, Micius Stephane, a
Bourmond Byron, and sever
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SVoyagers on the Incres Lit
trans-AUtlantic liner will see so
of Haiti's color and excitemi
long before they leave North A
lantic waters. One painting, K
thier Delille's "Calebass Beach
shows a group of young peop
enjoying a gay dance, while
spirited meringue band play
The Haitian countryside, peopi
"combite" workers, fruit a
flowers are all represented.